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Iran is Crazy! Canada!!!!!!!!

Posted in International Relations by Administrator on the September 23rd, 2007

Wow, anyone who buys this, well if anyone buys this I have ocean front property in North Dakota, which by the way has a lovely tropical environment all year long, for sale cheap!

Iran is giving the United Nations a booklet on the gross violations of Canada in the area of human rights.  Just laughable!

http://www.canada.com/nationalpost/news/story.html?id=468774c8-2298-4e9e-84d7-9cb948889aee&k=18430

Warning! Clear and Correct Information Coming To America

Posted in International Relations, World Threats by Administrator on the September 23rd, 2007

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad promises to bring clear and correct information to the American people, oh give me a break! The Holocaust, according to this little Nazis wannabe, never existed. Anything falling out of this man’s mouth is akin to the sludge coming from

Joseph Goebbels during the Nazis’ reign of terror in Europe. He kind of reminds me of Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf, the former Minister of Information of Iraq, the guy was famous for spreading clear and correct information too, like oh, how about this little quote: “today, the tide has turned, we are destroying them”. Let’s face it I am sure we will all be astounded by the information that he will provide us in his little trip to the United States. “Can I Tell You The Truth Now!!!!!!!” Can I speak now! http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070923/ap_on_re_mi_ea/iran_us

US Air Force Planning Tactics for Iran—Yea, Everyday!

Posted in International Relations, World Threats by Administrator on the September 23rd, 2007

It should be no surprise that the United States is considering strikes against Iran. Why wouldn’t the United States plan on it; military action may be our only option to prevent them from acquiring nuclear capabilities. 

I know that General John Abizaid said we could live with a nuclear armed Iran, but that is just silly.  It is true that our military could contain a nuclear armed Iran if need be, but Iran is not Russia or China—they would use a weapon like that, albeit through terrorists, whereas China and Russia would not.  Letting them be nuclear is crazy, pure and simple. 

Hey, France might even join us in this fight (not that that is a great military asset, but at least if France can see the threat maybe others will be able to too).  Take a look at the article below and see what you think.
 http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/asia/article2512097.ece
 

Isreal Takes Action?!

Posted in International Relations, World Threats by Administrator on the September 23rd, 2007

Israel really does not mess around when it comes to ambitious neighbors, especially those looking for nuclear weapons, it takes action.  If the information provided in the article below is taken as true then they have done it again and good for them.  Syria is another nation that does not need a membership in the Nuclear Club.  North Korea should get a slapping over this incident if the materials are tracked back to them!  Take a look at the article:

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/middle_east/article2512380.ece

“That is War, sir” the French Ready for Battle with Iran

Posted in International Relations, World Threats by Administrator on the September 20th, 2007

Crazy as it sounds, it is true, the French uttered threats of war!  French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner actually said that the worst, war, must be prepared for in the case of Iran and its nuclear ambitions.  It is about time someone in Europe starts thinking, “Oh my God, they might be able to launch one at us!” after all Europe is a hell of a lot closer than the United States.

Word of warning though to the French: your standard issue white flag does not scare Iran…..you might want to bring a European Union military force in case you actually want to win the battle!

German Chancellor Angela Merkel Tells China to Show Respect

Posted in International Relations, World Threats by Administrator on the August 27th, 2007

The international community needs to go further in showing China the errors of its ways than just a verbal warning like the one given by the chancellor today. Yes, China will be under increased scrutiny as the games approach, but that is not enough to teach China a lesson. A huge boycott of the Olympic Games would embarrass the Chinese publicly, on the international stage, and maybe force them to abide by international standards. China should have never been granted the honor of hosting the games in the first place without first showing great strides in human rights, fair trade, and in abiding to international law. Maybe the international community needs to sit this Olympic Games out and show solidarity in taking a firm stance against corruption, human rights violations and numerous other scandalous activities. Wait, hold on, if no one showed up then China might win the most Golds! That too would be a boon to the communist party! I guess the countries that have a good chance of taking more Golds than China better show up after all!! Highlights of different news articles:

China feels that it is working hard towards meeting pollution controls, but just does not have the resources like the richer nations of the world. China feels that it is working hard towards meeting pollution controls, but just does not have the resources like the richer nations of the world.

China Declares War on Industry!

Posted in Business, International Relations, World Threats by Administrator on the August 25th, 2007

Hey, I just read the news; China has officially declared war on industry within the country that produces tainted products! Wow, they may have to shut down 80% of their production capabilities if they are serious. However, they are not. They are attempting a propaganda show that fools the world into thinking that they are ready to make safety a priority. That is not going to happen any time soon because the greed runs too deep in the society.

They have not been hit hard enough yet, economically, to really want to change their practices. Do not be fooled–China is still the China that does anything to make a profit and does it without regard to consumer safety.

China’s impacts are measured in global terms–scary

Posted in International Relations, World Threats by Administrator on the August 23rd, 2007

Wow, China is non-stop, it just does not stop.  China missed the Industrial Revolution by a long shot, but it intends to have one of its very own and we face the brunt of the costs.  Sure we get cheap products, but we also get pollution drifting across the ocean and landing on our shores.  China is literally killing the planet one cheap product at a time.  We cannot hope to force a change in their practices if we continue to purchase products made in China.  However, we no longer have the industrial base to make the products ourselves so solutions are limited, to say the least.  Action must be taken to influence China towards curbing its pollution output and conforming to what the global community deems as acceptable behavior of industrialized nations.  What can be done to curb China, short of a full-scale military intervention? 

Cheap Laptops for Poor Countries

Posted in Education, International Relations by Administrator on the July 15th, 2007

The poor nations of the world are falling further and further behind everyday. The knowledge gap is huge. Creating a base portion of the population in a poor nation that was educated with the benefits of a computer may help, but it may also bring frustration and discontent. Knowing the benefits of technology but not being able to use it will be a harsh reality for many people. Most countries that could benefit from cheap

laptops may never be able to create the infrastructure required for realizing the true benefits of technology.

Free Resources for North Korea

Posted in International Relations, World Threats by Administrator on the July 15th, 2007

Once again North Korea is negotiating with the west and making deals to shut down reactors. Paying the regime to comply is a sound option for getting things done in the short term. However, will the cost pay off? Does the United States, who pays the major share of the ransom, get real benefits in the long run? Why are other countries not assisting in footing the bill? A nuclear North Korea is a scary thought for every country in the world–not just the United States. Every nation should throw money in the pot to buy this corrupt regime off. While they are complying now, give it a few months after the resources promised have been delivered, and you will find the North Koreans looking for ways to get more. In the end it may be worth paying off the criminal elite if it buys us time to prepare other options for dealing with a North Korean threat. The bottom line is we have to prepare other options–this new effort at compliance is just another pay check for the North

Korean elite. They will always want more.